More than 450 hospitals and healthcare delivery systems will benefit from Revint Solutions’ “safety net” to ensure accurate and timely reimbursement for services
Eir Partners and BKO Capital are excited to announce the formation of Revint Solutions today with the vision of creating the country’s leading data-driven enterprise-wide solutions provider for healthcare revenue integrity. The company, created through the merger of mCare Solutions and VHC (Vaughan Holland Consulting), serves over 450 hospitals and some of the leading healthcare institutions across the United States. The combined company and new brand is committed to expand upon the 20 plus years of providing impactful revenue integrity and recovery services across all healthcare settings.
“We exist in an environment where there are increasing complexities and unprecedented reimbursement stress,” said Lloyd Vaughan, Executive Chairman at Revint Solutions. “This combined with demographic change, regulatory uncertainty and changing venues of care, make this a perfect storm for leakage in the revenue cycle. Revint Solutions was formed to ensure that our clients are paid fully and fairly for services provided.”
As Revint Solutions, the company will continue to provide a broad suite of revenue integrity products including Transfer DRG, Outpatient Revenue Recovery, IME/Shadow Claim Review, and Payer Search along with additional capabilities launched in Underpayment Recovery, DRG Validation and other new services for both acute and ambulatory healthcare providers.
“We saw the need for an enterprise-wide leader in revenue integrity in the market today,” said Brett Carlson, Chief Executive Office and Founder at Eir Partners. “No matter the venue of care or type of error, Revint Solutions will drive our vision of being the healthcare delivery systems’ revenue ‘safety net’ via the delivery of proven and innovative services to our client partners.”
“This is a foundational change for the merged companies and we couldn’t be more excited about the existing and future capabilities of the organization,” Carlson added.
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